epic, great, long
homeward, return
first, maiden
final, last
ocean, sea
around-the-world (AmE), round-the-world (BrE)
embark on, go on, make, set out on, undertake

The ship completed her maiden voyage in May.

during a/the voyage

Lady Franklin kept a journal during the voyage.

on a/the voyage

There were mainly scientists on the voyage.

voyage from, voyage to

The Titanic sank in April 1912 on its maiden voyage from Southampton to New York.

a voyage of discovery (often figurative)

Going to college can be a voyage of discovery.

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